Educational and Parenting Articles

Browse educational and parenting articles. Browse all our articles by topic and grade, or use the search.
Filters
668 Results
Sort by:
Experts weigh in on lagging literacy skills, and what can be done to improve them.
What are the differences between social talk and school talk, and how can parents help build their child's language skills for success in school?
Recent studies suggest that after school programs do more than just keep kids occupied during the afternoon.
As soon as your child develops his motor skills, he'll be showing you his dominant hand. What should you do if it's his left one?
Not long ago single-sex schools were viewed as relics from another age, a time when boys took woodshop and girls studied home economics. Now the pendulum is swinging the other way.
Studies show spelling and grammar checkers are often used as a crutch. Make sure your child knows how to use this popular function responsibly.
Studies have shown that wilderness programs strengthen psychological resilience. Here are two ways parents can get their kids outward bound.
First-year college freshman are stressed, studies show. Find out what you can do to help your teen deal with anxiety.
Toddlers are experts at pushing boundaries; in fact, most of their behavior can be chalked up to a daily battle for independence. Toddler eating skills can foster self-reliance; help your little one learn how to eat on his own with these tips.
Your sweet bundle of joy has turned into a babbling ball of energy by the time he hits the 4 to 6 month mark. Help him hone important skills for growth and learning with these baby development activities.
Find out why letting your kids lose could be one of the best things you could do to foster the healthy development of their social skills.
With a recent study arguing that SpongeBob hinders the brain power of preschool viewers, it's important that parents know what to look for in a goof TV show.
High school graduation is a big deal, but a new study shows that a good chunk of students are unprepared for life after high school. What gives?
Your tiny genius is picking up new things every day, and this month is no exception. Help her hone developing skills by knowing what to expect with these 9 month milestones.
Did you know that your child can actually benefit from spending time typing on a computer keyboard? Here are a few valuable skills and long-term benefits that can come from typing.
The Web is an sea of information, but this doesn't mean the content is always accurate. Here's how to help your child recognize bad information on the Internet.
Here some tips for both parents and teachers to help get the most from your visual learner.
Here are some ideas for creating a pop culture scavenger hunt that will help boost your child's geography skills.
Browse educational and parenting articles. Browse all our articles by topic and grade, or use the search.

How likely are you to recommend Education.com to your friends and colleagues?

Not at all likely
Extremely likely